Chelsea fans loved Wesley Fofana’s reaction to Leicester City’s abusive chant aimed at him during their Premier League clash on Saturday.
Fofana started at the back as the Blues secured three big points against his old side in a 3-1 win at the King Power Stadium.
Ben Chilwell Kai Havertz and Mateo Kovacic all got on the score-sheet as they register three wins in a row in all competitions.
Chilwell, another former Leicester player, was booed every time he got on ball and, naturally, didn’t hold back in his celebration as he cupped his ears.
Fofana was also subject to taunts from Leicester fans, who chanted: “Wes Fofana, I wanna know why you’re such a c**t!”
A video of the derogatory chant surfaced online, with Chelsea’s French defender reacting to it on Twitter.
He quote-tweeted the post, accompanied with two smiling face with heart-shaped eyes in a sh*thouse move.
Needless to say, Chelsea fans online hailed Fofana’s mentality, claiming he walked away from Leicester with two wins.
One Twitter user wrote: “Wesley taking two W’s today.”
A second tweeted: “Insane shithousery – we love you.”
A third added: “This guy has the Chels DNA.”
A fourth said: “loooool love players like this.”
Another commented: “OH MY DAYS HE REACTED TO IT. We have trolls in the squad, you love to see it.”
The 22-year-old has played just seven league games this season, having returned from a knee injury.
Graham Potter will be hoping he can keep him fit for the rest of the season.
And speaking after his team’s win on the road, he said: “It’s been a team performance over the week, it takes a bit of time to develop that but the spirit of the boys is developing, it’s growing.
“The togetherness I really like, everyone supporting each other, fighting to play and ready to play. I’m delighted for the players, it’s been a tough period but this week has been a positive one.
“It’s been a really good week, three wins. It started with a determined performance against Leeds, then Dortmund and to back it up today is really impressive from the players because it isn’t easy.
“We’ve had a good week. We were a few centimetres away from a couple of more goals ourselves, they gave everything as well. It was a game in the balance and it was our quality which saw us over the line.”